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  1. Microsoft began rolling out its Windows 11, version 22H2 feature update last month. In case you missed it, you can read all about 22H2 and what's new in it in these articles here. Now that Windows 11 is out of the way, Microsoft is now preparing to release the 22H2 feature update for Windows 10 as well. First spotted back in June, the Redmond giant confirmed during the Windows 11 2022 update rollout that the one for Windows 10 is also heading out soon. According to the company, we should see the rollout happening in October itself. Naturally, that would mean internally the company is preparing to deploy it to its servers soon and as such, ISO download links have already been spotted. Similar to what happened ahead of the Windows 11 22H2 release, two ISO links for Windows 10 22H2 have been spotted on the TechBench dump website. While one can not download the 2022 update yet since the links aren't live, their presence confirms the general availability (GA) rollout of the 22H2 feature update for Windows 10 is quite close. In the case of Windows 11, the links were added just a few days ahead of the release itself. In terms of what to expect, Microsoft has suggested a "scoped" set of features are coming, though do not expect anything absolutely out of the ordinary. If you can't wait for Microsoft, you can upgrade to Windows 10 22H2 today by following our guide. Source: TechBench dump via techosarusrex (Twitter) Microsoft's Windows 10 22H2 shipment is almost ready as ISO download links are spotted
  2. Microsoft has released ISOs today for its latest Windows 11 Insider build 22598 in the Dev and Beta Channel, which was made available to Windows Insiders moments ago. The build introduces a new behavior for new installs, by default Windows Spotlight will now show on the desktop instead of a generic wallpaper. This could change before Windows 11 22H2 is released later this year though. Some Windows Insiders might also be ecstatic to know that a bunch of new shortcuts were added for Task Manager, which of course has seen a massive overhaul in recent months. You can get a rundown of all the new features, fixes and known issues for build 22598 here. You can download the Windows 11 build 22598 Insider Preview at Microsoft, you will have to be signed into a Microsoft ID and enrolled as a Windows Insider in order to download the ISO which also comes in Enterprise and Home (China) flavors. Microsoft releases ISOs of Windows 11 build 22598 for download
  3. Microsoft releases ISOs for first Windows 10 Iron build Today, Microsoft released the first Windows 10 Insider Preview from the Iron development branch, finally moving away from the meaningless mn_release branch. It doesn't contain any crazy new features, but there are a few new things for the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Interestingly, the company also released some new ISOs, so if you want to do a clean installation, you can do that. As usual, your selection includes Windows 10, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Windows 10 Home China. Microsoft usually doesn't publish ISO images this early in a development cycle. In fact, this is evident by the download options that the company offers for the Slow and Release Preview rings. The Slow ring is offered build 19041, the RTM build for 20H1, even though it started testing 20H2 yesterday. Moreover, the option for the Release Preview ring is offering a download for build 18363, the RTM build for 19H2, even though that ring has offered 20H1 since April. If you want to download the new ISO images, you can find them here. Other than Windows Server, there aren't any other downloads available, such as a new SDK, ADK, WDK, HLK, or Desktop App Converter Base Image. Microsoft releases ISOs for first Windows 10 Iron build
  4. Microsoft has released Windows 11 ISO images this week, and as it's always smart to have a copy of the operating system media to resolve critical problems, we will explain how you can download the Windows 11 ISO directly from Microsoft. If you are not familiar with an ISO image, they are a sector-by-sector copy of a DVD into a disk image file stored on your computer. These ISO files can then be burned onto a DVD to create a replicated, mounted as a Windows drive, or used to create a bootable USB drive. How to download a Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft Microsoft makes it very easy to download Windows 11 ISOs directly from the Windows Insider program. To download the Windows 11 ISO, follow these steps: 1. Go to Windows Insider Preview Downloads page in your favorite web browser. 2. When the website opens, it will prompt you to log in with the account you are using with the Windows Insider program. If you are not already a Windows Insider, you can join the program for free. 3. 4. Once you are logged into the website with your Windows Insider account, you will see a page with detailed instructions on how to perform a clean install or in-place upgrade using the Windows ISO files. 5. Scroll down until you see the 'Select Edition' drop down box and click on the drop down. You will now see a list of available Windows 10 and Windows 11 ISO images you can download. Select the Windows 11 build you wish to download and click on the 'Confirm' button. 6. After selecting the ISO image, you will be prompted for the language you wish to use. Select your language and click on the next 'Confirm' button. 7. You will now be shown an ISO download link for the Windows 11 build you selected. The link is generated for you and will only be valid for 24 hours. Click on the '64-bit Download' button to begin downloading the ISO image to your computer. The ISO image is currently 5.11 GB in size, so it may take a while. 8. When the download is complete, you can close the web browser. What should you do with the ISO? Now that you have a Windows 11 ISO, you can use it to upgrade Windows 10, perform a clean install on a new device, or as backup bootable media that can be used for troubleshooting if the operating system does not start correctly. When performing a clean install or in-place upgrade, you must have a valid Windows 10 product key. For Windows 7 users, you will not be able to use the media to perform an upgrade but rather have to do a clean install instead. To create a bootable Windows 11 USB drive, you will need at least a 16GB flash drive, while 32GB is recommended to store other files or programs you may want in your recovery environment. If you do not have a spare USB drive, you can purchase a 32GB Sandisk drive for about $8.99 or a 5-pack of 64GB USB drives for $27 on Amazon. You can then create a bootable USB drive from the ISO and use it to install the operating system. As previously said, the bootable USB drive is also excellent for troubleshooting tasks, such as removing malware, deleting a stubborn file, removing problematic Windows updates, or diagnosing why Windows 11 no longer boots. Windows 11 recovery environment It is suggested that all users create new bootable media from the Windows 11 ISOs as new feature updates are released so that you are using the latest version of the operating system. How to download the Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft
  5. Microsoft today released the first-ever Windows 11 ISO images, letting users download the images and clean install the OS on dedicated test systems or virtual machines. Up until now, users have had to download the last available images for Windows 10 build 21354 and upgrade to Windows 11 from there, unless they have chosen to use other methods. Now, that process is no longer needed as official ISO packages for Windows 11 build 22000.132 are now available. The availability of ISO images marks another milestone for the development of Windows 11, with the company moving closer to readying the OS for release later this year. However, a few questions remain, the main being whether there will be the addition of the promised Android app support before the OS is finalized for release to users. The company has been tight-lipped about the capability ever since it announced it during the Windows 11 launch event. Windows 11 builds are now being released simultaneously to both the Dev and Beta channels and are mostly cumulative updates than entire build packages. The focus right now is on readying the release for launch, which is why there aren’t many major features being added. The weekly builds are aimed at fixing bugs and improving the reliability of the OS. Eventually, the Dev channel builds will move to a perpetual state of development, adding features that are not tied to a specific version. It is anybody’s guess if support for Android apps makes it to the OS before that happens, or if plans have changed about introducing that feature in this year’s release. Those interested can head to the Insider downloads page here and select the desired ISOs to clean install Windows 11 build 22000.132. The company is encouraging users to perform clean installs of the OS and try out the new out-of-box experience. We discovered back in June that Windows 11 Home users will need an internet connection to set up their installs. Right now also happens to be the best time to move to the Beta channel from the Dev channel if you wish to continue receiving bug fixes and the like till the public release of Windows 11. You can check out our guide here on how to move to the Beta channel. Microsoft releases the first-ever Windows 11 ISO images
  6. Microsoft has released ISOs today for its latest Windows 11 Insider build 22533 in the Dev Channel, which was made available to Windows Insiders moments ago. The build introduces a new policy for IT administrators to exclude USB removable drives from BitLocker encryption, as well as continued fixes and improvements. Some Windows Insiders might also be ecstatic to know that you can now name folders on the Start menu, as shown in the above .GIF. Windows Insiders have also been called to arms about the ongoing Bug Bash that started on March 16th and ends on March 22nd. Microsoft is hoping that with this (and the previous) build, Windows Insiders will complete a number of quests that have been provided through the Feedback Hub, because your feedback matters! Plus you can also earn stickers. You can can get a run down of all the new features, fixes and known issues for build 22579 here. You can download the Windows 11 build 22579 Insider Preview here, you will have to be signed in to a Microsoft account and enrolled as a Windows Insider in order to download the ISO which also comes in Enterprise and Home (China) flavors. Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel build 22579 ISOs also available
  7. Microsoft today released the Windows 11 Preview Build 22499 to the Dev Channel Insiders. This new Windows 11 build comes with the ability to quickly share the content from open app windows directly from the taskbar to Teams meeting calls. The Clock app in this build now supports signing in with Microsoft work and school accounts. Microsoft today also announced that Windows 11 Build 22499 ISOs are now available for download. Users updating from Builds 22000.xxx, or earlier, to newer Dev Channel builds using the latest Dev Channel ISO, may receive the following warning message: The build you are trying to install is Flight Signed. To continue installing, enable flight signing. If you receive this message, press the Enable button, reboot the PC, and retry the update. You can download the Windows 11 Build 22499 ISOs here. You can now download Windows 11 Build 22499 ISO images
  8. Here is how you download any Windows 10 version ISO from Microsoft When you use Microsoft's official Media Creation Tool, it is the latest version of Windows 10 that you get when you use it to download a Windows 10 ISO image to the system or make an USB device bootable using the operating system. While that is often the desired version to get, it may sometimes be necessary to get an earlier version of Windows 10. Say you ran into issues when trying to upgrade to the latest version, and want to upgrade to an earlier version instead. Some users stay on a Windows 10 version for an extended period of time, e.g. on Windows 10 version 1809 while Windows 10 version 2004 is out already. Instead of upgrading to the latest version, maybe an attempt was made that failed, the administrator might want to upgrade to an earlier version, e.g. Windows 10 version 1909 instead to continue being supported. How to download any Windows 10 ISO directly from Microsoft What if I told you that there is a way using Microsoft's own tool? All you need is this Windows batch file and the latest version of the official Microsoft Media Creation Tool. (Note that you need to select the RAW button next to MediaCreationTool.bat, and right-click on the page that opens and select Save As to download the file. It may be in .txt format, so remove that if that is the case using File Explorer. Tip: if you are concerned about the bat file, open it in a plain text editor to see exactly what it does. Download both files to the system and place them in the same directory. All that is left then is to execute the MediaCreationTool.bat file and wait for the Windows 10 version list that it displays after execution. As you can see on the screenshot above, all major Windows 10 release versions are currently being offered. All files are hosted on Microsoft servers and downloaded straight from these servers using the official Media Creation Tool. Once you have selected the version of Windows 10 that you want to download, you will notice that the Media Creation Tool is launched. It is business as usual from this point forward; just follow the instructions -- accept the terms, select the language, edition, and architecture, and decide whether you want to download the ISO or put the system on a USB drive in preparation for installation -- and that is all. Naturally, it is also possible to install that version right on the system the tool is executed on. Closing Words The batch file provides administrators with an elegant way of downloading any Windows 10 ISO image to the local system; ideal for installation of that previous version or upgrading existing versions to that version instead of the latest that is being offered. Here is how you download any Windows 10 version ISO from Microsoft
  9. Windows 10 October 2020 Update ISO now available to download Today Microsoft started making the Windows 10 October 2020 Update available to Seekers, but if you want a clean install you are probably waiting for the ISO. The good news is that the ISO has also debuted today and can be found at the links to the English builds below: Windows 10 October 2020 Update (64-bit) Windows 10 October 2020 Update (32-bit) Other languages can be found at Microsoft here. The Windows 10 20H2 brings a theme-Aware Start Menu, touch-friendly taskbar, and Xbox Game Pass for PC and many more features. The full list can be seen here. via wccftech Windows 10 October 2020 Update ISO now available to download
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